Nigeria stay rooted 7th best team in Africa based on the latest FIFA Ranking announced on Thursday.
The Rankings were released Thursday morning by the World football governing body but a period of inactivity – globally – between February and early March meant the team had no figures in the intermediate to be assessed by.
Later this month the Super Eagles will play two high profile friendlies against Poland and Serbia on 24th and 27th in Wroclaw and London.
In the latest rankings, Poland have climbed to 6th in the world while Serbia are 34th globally.
The Super Eagles’ position of 52 in the world ranking also remains unchanged.
Meanwhile, the top 10 in Africa does not change with Tunisia, Senegal and DR Congo in the top three while world champions, Germany remain the top-ranked football team.
The next FIFA World Ranking will be published on 12 April 2018.